The Board undertakes wide-ranging consultation on proposals that affect the profession.
Consultation is an important part of the Board’s engagement with members of the psychology profession, members of the public and other stakeholders. The feedback provided via consultation is greatly valued, and informs the Board’s development of important documents.
Where there are consultations open for input, they will be shown below.
Where there are consultations which have closed, they will be shown under Past Consultations, along with the submissions that were received. The Board publishes submissions received on the website to encourage discussion and inform the community and stakeholders, unless requested otherwise. There may be circumstances under which submissions may not be published. Please refer to the consultation paper for details of how submissions will be treated.
Consultation on a proposed guideline for transitional programs
The Psychology Board of Australia is releasing this public consultation paper about a proposed new guideline for transitional programs for overseas trained psychologists who are applying to be registered in Australia.
Released: 13 July 2016
Closing: 7 September 2016
You are invited to provide your comments on the consultation paper, by 7 September 2016 – please email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.